The Psychotherapy Institute is hiring! We thank you for your interest. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace.
A leading nonprofit mental health organization based in Berkeley, The Psychotherapy Institute (TPI) is
committed to making depth psychotherapy accessible to everyone by training the next generation of
psychotherapists and offering programs for established clinicians to engage in the latest social
responsibility developments in our field. TPI offers more than just a job: we offer a career with extensive
opportunities for growth and leadership, along with the chance to make a meaningful impact on the field
of psychodynamic therapy.
Who We’re Looking For: We are seeking an experienced clinician who will manage our Post Graduate
Training Program (PGTP) and Community Clinic part-time (approximately 0.75 FTE, or 30 hours/week).
Our ideal candidate will continue to be actively engaged in private practice, allowing their clinical work
to inform their work with students in our program and vice-versa. We seek candidates skilled in
psychodynamic psychotherapy and committed to growth in sociocultural awareness. Candidates must be
licensed clinicians in CA and have a strong ability to collaborate with a range of people, including
psychotherapy professionals, staff therapists, clients, board members, and TPI administrative staff and the
Executive Director. Clinical Directors who thrive at TPI are self-driven, empathetic, and comfortable
working in a nonprofit educational setting. This position will have the opportunity to shape both the
PGTP and the Community Clinic and may grow to assume more responsibilities over time. We seek to
have a staff that reflects the populations we serve and encourage people of color, members of the
LGBTQ+ community, and applicants with multiple intersectional identities to apply.
Position Overview: The Clinical Director’s main job is shepherding 16-18 staff therapists through TPI’s
two-year training program from recruiting and overseeing their training experience to staffing TPI’s
moderate-fee Community Clinic. The Clinical Director oversees the day-to-day operations of the PGTP,
providing both administrative and clinical oversight while ensuring that all policies and procedures are
consistent with the principles of psychodynamic psychotherapy and maintaining an inclusive working
environment. New cohorts begin every September and the director’s responsibilities vary throughout the
training year. This position reports to the Executive Director.
Please see our job posting for more details.